As a doctoral researcher of project A03 of the SFB-TRR 161, I am researching “Quantification of Visual Explainability.” During my research stay from February to May 2023, I joined the Visualization and Graphics (VIG) group at the Utrecht University.
I’m delighted to share that I’ve successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis titled “Variational 3D Reconstruction of Non-Lambertian Scenes Using Light Fields”. Depth estimation from multiple cameras is the task of estimating the distance between the individual cameras and the scene
In July 2022, Florian Frieß defended his PhD thesis on “Interactive Remote-Visualisation for large Displays”. On our blog, he summarizes his findings.
Christoph Schulz recently completed his thesis with the title “Uncertainty-aware Visualization Techniques”. On our blog, he summarizes his thesis.
In April 2022, Hui Men successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis with the title “Boosting for Visual Quality Assessment with Applications for Frame Interpolation Methods”.
In December 2021, Daniel Seebacher successfully defended his doctoral thesis on “Visual Analytics of Spatial Events: Methods for the Interactive Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Data Abstractions”.
Matthias Kraus worked as a doctoral researcher on project A03 at the University of Konstanz. In November 2021 he successfully defended his thesis.
In December 2021, Valentin Bruder successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled “Performance Quantification of Visualization Systems”. Read more…
Jochen Görtler from SFB-TRR 161’s project A01 successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis – Quantitative Methods for Uncertainty Visualization.
In his thesis Houssem Ben-Lahmar has proposed a set of new recommendation approaches supporting users alongside the full process of visual data exploration.